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Discount on iPhone 15 at Flipkart’s Mega June Bonanza Sale

Apple launched the iPhone 15 series during its ‘Wanderlust’ event in September last year, sparking excitement among fans.

Initially, the 128GB iPhone 15 was priced at Rs 79,900, while the 256GB and 512GB variants were priced at Rs 89,900 and Rs 1,09,900, respectively.

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Now, Flipkart’s Mega June Bonanza sale offers a golden opportunity to purchase the iPhone 15 at a significantly reduced price, but hurry, as today (June 19) is the last day of the sale.

Flipkart Discount on iPhone 15

During this sale, Flipkart is offering a 14 percent discount on the 128GB model of the iPhone 15, bringing its price down to Rs 67,999.

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Additionally, the price can be further reduced by using a Flipkart Axis Bank Card or exchanging your old smartphone.

The exchange amount varies based on the condition of your old phone. Moreover, there’s a bank offer providing an extra Rs 1000 discount on select credit cards.

iPhone 15 Specifications

The iPhone 15 boasts a 6.1-inch screen and is available in five colors: pink, yellow, green, blue, and black.

The design is similar to the previous iPhone 14, but with a notable difference: it features the Dynamic Island Notch, introduced in last year’s iPhone 14 Pro model, eliminating the traditional black strip (notch) above the screen.

Camera and Battery

The iPhone 15 is equipped with a 48-megapixel main camera sensor, a significant upgrade from previous models, promising excellent pictures and portrait photos even in low light.

Apple claims the phone offers “all-day battery” life, and recent reports suggest its battery capacity remains robust even after 1000 charging cycles, contrary to earlier beliefs.

Performance and Connectivity

Powered by the faster A16 Bionic chip, the same one found in last year’s Pro model, the iPhone 15 delivers superior performance compared to the A15 Bionic chip in the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus.

Another significant change is the switch to a USB Type-C port for charging, replacing the earlier Lightning port.

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